Emulsification is the action of a liquid uniformly dispersed in another liquid that is immiscible with tiny droplets. Emulsification is a phenomenon at the liquid-liquid interface. Two immiscible liquids, such as oil and water, are divided into two layers in a container. The oil with lower density is on the upper layer and the water with higher density is on the lower layer. If an appropriate surfactant is added and under strong stirring, the oil is dispersed in the water to form an emulsion. This process is called emulsification. At present, it is widely used in the fields of biomedicine, food industry, daily chemical care products, coatings and inks, nanomaterials, petrochemicals, printing and dyeing auxiliaries, paper industry, pesticides and fertilizers, plastics and rubber, power electronics, and other fine chemicals.
The existing vacuum emulsifying pot mainly adopts a one-way stirring shaft, and the materials are added to the emulsifying pot to react at a high temperature. Due to the limitation of the existing emulsification pot stirring method, the material cannot be fully stirred, which affects the production and application effects of emulsifiers in various fields, wastes raw materials, high production costs, and reduces production efficiency.